Interest in recruitment is high despite unusual timing
This article originally appeared in The Eagle’s December 9 special edition. Many campus organizations are looking to create more inclusive spaces after a semester of divisiveness on campus. This semester has seen a number of tense moments, including racially charged incidents in Anderson Hall in September in which two black female students had bananas thrown at them, transgender discrimination with the arrival of the Westboro Baptist Church on campus on Nov.
This article originally appeared in The Eagle’s December 9 special edition. Students, faculty and student organizations are joining forces to work to create a potential food pantry at AU for students who suffer from food insecurity. Food insecurity is not limited to those who may go years without access to reliable food sources— sometimes it just means not knowing where your next meal will come from for a semester, month or even just in the next week.
This article originally appeared in The Eagle’s October 21 special edition. If you read your tuition bill this semester, you’re likely to find an $88.50 undergraduate activity fee, a charge that goes towards student groups, programming, and events like Charli XCX’s August concert or speakers such as Hasan Minhaj. Every penny of that fee goes into the same account for a total of $1,070,000, according to Michael Elmore, the senior director of University Center and Student Activities.
This article originally appeared in The Eagle's December 9 special edition. Red and yellow flames spewed from the American flag as students held a lighter to the cloth and gathered around the Mary Graydon Center to protest the election of Donald Trump on Nov.
Facebook group offers strength in numbers to students
Protesters spoke out about feelings of fear and discrimination
HDP, Public Safety are conducting investigations of the incident
For the last few months, AU students have attended vigils and protests in response to tragedies and tensions on campus.
Campus groups prepare for possible arrival of controversial group on Friday
Hundreds of students gathered in front of the Mary Graydon Center on Wednesday afternoon to protest the presidential election of Donald Trump.
Following Tuesday night's election results, students share their reactions to the news of Donald Trump's election as the next president of the United States. Jamie Driscoll, a junior in CAS from Levittown, Pennsylvania “I don’t know that I have words for what I’m feeling this morning.
As the election heads into its final hours, The Eagle talks with students about how they're feeling towards the election, their perspectives on the candidates and this year's major issues and what they hope to see from the country after the race is over.